Besides, what is racket audio?
Racket.com is a brand new social audio app where users can share short sound bites akin to mini podcasts. Austin Petersmith is the founder. They originally started a software review community called Capiche, but that was always niche.
Similarly, is Raquet a word?
No, raquet is not in the scrabble dictionary.
What is the difference between racquet and racket?
Spelling. Racket is the standard spelling of the word. Racquet is an alternative spelling used more commonly in certain sports (squash, racquetball, badminton) and less commonly in others. The International Tennis Federation uses racket exclusively.
Racket is defined as a loud noisy sound, or an act of illegally obtaining money. An example of a racket is the sound of a restaurant server dropping a tray of plates on the ground and all of them breaking. An example of a racket is fraud or bootlegging. … A noisy confusion; loud and confused talk or activity; uproar.
“Bite-sized audio allows people to get the highlights of the information they want to hear without having to invest significant time or effort finding the content that interests them. With shortform audio, consumers can have a full buffet of audio information at their fingertips.”
Racket: Inside the Gold Club, gives you unprecedented access to the notorious Atlanta strip club, known in its heyday as a bacchanal to the biggest names in sports and entertainment. … Racket takes you on a salacious, character-driven romp to find out what took the Gold Club from champagne rooms to the courtroom.
The French word requette means “palm of the hand,” and racquet originally referred to a tennis-like game played by hitting a ball with the hand.
Ratchet is a slang term that can mean “exciting” or “excellent,” often used as a term of empowerment among women. Some may also use ratchet for when they are feeling “bad” in some way. The term has been previously used, however, as an insult characterizing a woman as being “overdramatic” or “promiscuous.”
A game of Badminton is played between two players by using racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net. It can be played as “singles” (with one player per side) and “doubles” (with two players per side).